To provide customers with greater cost efficiency with standardised products and capabilities
Unified communications offerings providers Siemens Enterprise Communications (SEN) and T-Systems have entered into a global agreement to provide key international customers greater cost efficiency with standardised products, best-in-class capabilities, quicker technology rollout and worldwide service.
The companies said that the new agreement will enable both the firms to simplify the migration to this technology for their customers.
Reinhard Clemens, member of the board of management of Deutsche Telekom and CEO of T-Systems: said: In addition to software, data centre services and storage capacity, we are now also offering more and more customers Voice as a Service via the internet. In SEN we have found a reliable partner so that our customers can leave the age of proprietary telephone systems and get the highest level of service quality in telephony with Internet-based technologies.
Hamid Akhavan, CEO of Siemens Enterprise Communications, said: T-Systems is leveraging the integration of our Open Communications solutions to the benefit of the enterprise customers and can thus offer them greater functionality and maximum flexibility while helping them reduce costs.
“While T-Systems provides the network and data centres, SEN supplies the layers needed for the seamless integration of voice and Unified Communications in the data network environment. The partnership with T-Systems is one more confirmation of our market-leading solutions for voice and UC and of our joint commitment to helping our customers achieve their current business goals and preparing them for the challenges of tomorrow.